People are quick to believe lies. “O foolish Galatians – who has bewitched you?” This was the question that Paul had. He wanted to know who had misled his friends in Galatia. And then he reminded them of the truth of the Gospel, using Abraham as an example. Click to listen to this fascinating study of Galatians 3.
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Paul was angry with Peter – he rebuked him to his face. But do you remember why? The reason is extraordinarily significant. Click to learn more about this crisis in the early church, in this sermon from Galatians 2.
The Israelites and Gentiles had a violent history. The Gentiles had long oppressed the Israelites. There was great hatred and animosity between them. And yet, in God’s time, the Gentiles were to be engrafted into His family. This was amazing grace! But it wouldn’t come easy. Click to listen to Week 3 of our series in Galatians.
Are we in the “end times?” Are we in the “last days?” The Apostle Paul said that the end times would be marked by a great falling away within the visible church, and with the arrival of the “man of sin.” But what did he mean? Click to learn more in this study of 2 Thessalonians 2.
In the center of the Garden of Eden, there were two trees. Now, we usually think of the tree that prompted man’s fall – the tree of the knowledge of “good and evil.” But there was another tree nearby, which Scripture calls the “Tree of Life.” Click to listen and learn more.
When the Devil comes for you or your children, it won’t be the serpent’s fangs that you should fear, but his words. Click to listen to this timely sermon from Colossians 2.
There is a villain in the Christmas story – a villain named Herod. Who was this man Herod, and what did he do that was so bad? Also, what was the Christmas Star and who were the Wise Men? Click to listen to this timely sermon from Luke 2.
Original sin – is it true? Is man born good, bad, or neutral? In other words, does the Bible say that we come into this world innocent, wicked, or as a spiritual free agent? The Apostle Paul taught on this topic at length – click to learn what he said in Romans 5.
“Are you the Messiah, or should we expect another?” Given who John the Baptist was, why would he ask this question of Jesus? What was going on in his heart and mind, and how would Christ respond? Click to listen to this encouraging sermon from Matthew 11.
When the storm hit, the sailors were exactly where Jesus had told them to go. But how can that be if He loved them so much? Storms happen. And sometimes God puts you right in their midst. But He does not leave you alone! Click to listen to this encouraging study of Matthew 14.